Creating Authoritarian Clientelism: Poland After 2015

  title={Creating Authoritarian Clientelism: Poland After 2015},
  author={R. Markowski},
  journal={Hague Journal on the Rule of Law},
  • R. Markowski
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • Hague Journal on the Rule of Law
Since the 2015 elections, Poland has ‘enjoyed’ the attention of social sciences—political science in particular—to an extent greater than at any time since the period of “Solidarity” in the early 1980s. In contrast to that period, Poland’s idiosyncratic development over the last two and a half years can hardly be said to play the function of a normative role model. Political developments in Poland in recent times devolve into two stories: one of profound civilizational, economic and social… Expand
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